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This is for the game I am making: https://roguefleet.weebly.com/, it is my first time really doing anything with table top games. I wanted to dive in, but the cost was too prohibitive as a student and so, deciding ships would be easier to print than humans, I set to work creating miniatures and a barebones rules set that needs some tweaks. I used my cheap maker select v2 for all of these prints, so they are mostly cut in half and very simple to allow for cleaner looking models. On that point I recommend rotating the pieces so that the largest face with fewest supports is contacting the plate. I'm using another creator's Nebulan B Frigate: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1779564. For the X wing I would honestly recommend just using toothpick ends cut into quarters. Also, you'll need to mess around with scale, I like 1 inch long A wings and worked from there, but find what's cool to you. PLEASE post any comments here or on the weebly site, I am new to both Thingiverse and Table Top War Gaming and need advice. Thank you for checking this out.
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